The property is situated within Derby’s Cathedral Quarter fronting the south side of Wardwick close to its strategic junction with Victoria Street, The Strand and St James’s Street. The immediate area forms the heart of Derby’s leisure district with theatres, bars, restaurants and clubs. Daytime pedestrian flow is good considering its proximity to St Peter’s Street, Cornmarket and Irongate as well as Intu Derby, which annually attracts over 25 million visitors.
Nearby occupiers include Primark, Tesco Metro, Nandos, Revolution, Turtle Bay, Revolucion de Cuba, as well as smaller independent boutique shops along the Strand and estate agency offices and a public car park on St James’s Street.
Attractions in the immediate vicinity include the Central Library, Derby’s Museum and Art Gallery, The Assembly Rooms, Guildhall Theatre, The Quad, Market Hall, Market Place, Derby Cathedral. The City Centre also benefits from the 22,000 students enrolled at Derby University.
Derby is the region’s administrative and commercial centre and one of the strongest retailing locations in the East Midlands.
Derby is easily accessible on the national motorway network (M1 and M6) together with direct rail services to London St Pancras whilst East Midlands Airport is situated
approximately (9 miles) south east of the City Centre.
Major corporate occupiers include Rolls Royce, Toyota Motor Corporation, Bombardier Transportation UK and Motorpoint. Derby has a resident population of some 250,000 and a large catchment population of 1.7 million within a 45 minute drive. The City attracts high levels of tourism due to its proximity to many nearby attractions including the Peak District National Park and the National Forest UNESCO World Heritage Site. Derby Festé, a major international street festival is held in the city each year.